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PRINCE RUPERT, B. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1017.
Price 5 Cents.
No.  63.
GERMAN  SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN  STARTED
Break Between United States And Germany Unconfirmed
The Allied Forces Successfully Combat Enemy Attacks
Unrestricted Submarine
Campaign Is Started
By German Craft
Wildest Panic On
Stock Exchange
RUMOR OF WAR  CAUSES GREAT
EXCITEMENT   ON   THE   CHI.
CAGO STOCK  MARKET
Other  Centres  Also  Feel   Effect  Of
The Rumor Of A Rrenk He-
twen States And Germany.
Chicago, noon, Feb. 1.—The wildest panic in history rages in the
stock markets on rumor that the
United States, will declare war on
Germany. United States Steel has
gone below par and other stocks are
being thrown on the market.
WALL STREET EXCHANGE.
New York, Feb. 1.—The greatest
excitement since the beginning of
the war, when it was found necessary
to close the Wall Street Exchange,
prevailed on Ihe tlooi today. Tl.o
opening tomorrow is looked forward
to with a feeling of pessimism. The
cause Is the rumor that war is about
to be declared.
London, Feb. 1.—Germany Intends to at once start a ruthless and
unrestricted submarine campaign,
sinking Allied vessels, including hospital ships. The Germans seek to excuse their action in regard to hospital
ships by stating that the British are
using these ships for the transportation of troops and munitions to
France.
The British authorities most emphatically deny the truth of the German allegations in regard to the u«r
ing of hospital ships as transports,
and the war office officially announces that It will take Immediate steps
to make reprisals if the German
threats are executed between a line
drawn between Flamborough Head,
nn the Yorkshire coast, and Ter-
schelllng. In Holland, and Land's
End, in Cornwall and Quessant, in
France.
Declaration Of War
By American States
Report Is Unconfirmed
Up to an eaih hour this morning
no connrmatii n of the rumor that
the American State* had declared
war on the Germans was received.
Local Interest in the outcome of the
present tense situation existing at
Washington is being followed with
the keenest expectation. The majority seem to ravor a bro'l-. between
the Republic and the common enemy, feeling that the influence that
would be exercised over smaller neutrals,   would   be   invaluable   to   the
ATTEMPT ON LIFE
OF LLOYD GEORGE
BY SUFFRAGETTE
Derby, Eng., Feb. 1.—A plot to
poison Premier Lloyd George and Rt.
Hon. Arthur Henderson was revealed
today In an arraignment at the
Guildhall of three women and one
man, charged with conspiracy to kill.
The   women   are   suffragettes.    The
United States Ambassador
Reported Recalled
From Germany
Washingion, Feb. 1. — Throush
notes delivered to Ambassador Gerard in Berlin, the State Department
at Washington is informed that,
commencing today, Germany intends
to inaugurate unrestricied and ruthless submarine warfare within defined limits.
man is a "conscientious objector to
Allied cause, and in a measure offset |war and war service." The suffraget-
the adverse opinion that President i tes are disappointed at no definite
Wilson's late peace address had ere- ' agreement with them having been
ated. reached as yet.
THE KAISER'S
INSTRUCTIONS TO
THE AMERICANS
How War Progresses
On Different Fronts
With The Allies
WINNIPEG UNEASY.
Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 1,—A feeling of uneasiness and excitement was
quite noticeable on ihe exchange
here. A number of stocks were
thrown on the market. It Is Ihe sym-
pathetic effect of ihe larger American centres.
NINE MILLION DOLLAS
VOTED RY DOMINION
FOR SOLDIERS' PENSIONS
Ottawa, Feb. 1,—Nine million dollars is to be voted for soldiers' pensions, an increase of five millions
over the sum required last year, according to the new estimates. There
are no large appropriations for public works, with the exception of Victoria, which gets one million for its
harbor.
Petrograd,     Feb.     1.—Advancing
| waist   deep   In   .-.now.   the   Russians
Berlin,   Fob.   1.-—An   annex   note  stormed  and  captured  at  the  i olnt
has heen delivered to American Am- ;ot' the bayonet the German positions
bassador  Gerard   permitting   regular   °n the heights east of Jacobeni.
American    passenger    steamers    to j 	
operate   unmolested,   provided   Fal- ■ BIMTISH FORCES
mouth is tbe only port of destination, j SUCCESSFUL RAID
and that a  certain route Is followed ON SOM.ME FRONT
FUNERAL OF THE
I ATE W.J.M.SMPLES
The remains of the late W. J. M.
Sanciels, who died suddenly at ihe
General hospital in the city yesterday, were conveyed to ihe Prince
George last evening to he taken to
Vancouver for burial.
The funeral arrangements were In
The note states that the hulls and ;wpre successful in a raid on the Som- !,|lp Qanaa 0f the B. C. Undertake^,
superstructures of  the vessels  must  me fl'°nt. They entered the German   and   tlu,  services  conducted  by   Ihe
ihe  painted  in  vertical  stripes,  three j trenches and  captured  a  number of .Tsimpsean Lodge of Masons. A joint
metres broad, alternating white and ; prisoners.  Artillery has  been  active  memorial   service   was   held   in   the
in   each   direction   between   England
and the United  States.
Prince John
Arrives In Port
SHE   IS   ACCOMPANIED   BY   THE
TUG SALVOR OF
VICTORIA
t onrlon,    Feb.
1.
-The    British
FRENCH FORCES
PENETRATE   LINES
CAPTURE PRISONERS
Appeal By Recruiting Officers.
Lieut. Evans, who Is In the city
recruiting for the Canadian Engineers, gave a short address, and displayed a reel of film showing the
work carried on hy the Engineering
Battalion. Lieut.  Gordon  also made
red, and that on the masts a large jin the neighborhood of Lee, Boeuff.
flag of checkered white and red, and j Three German planes were destroy-
that, the American national flag be \ed and three driven down badly
carried at the stern. I damaged.
One steamer will be allowed every i
week  In  each  direction,  arriving  at
Falmouth on Sundays and departing
on Wednesdays. Guarantees and assurances    are    required    from    the i
American Government. that the | '^Is. .Feb. l._The French forces
steamers shall carry no contrabrand.   ilene,rate" «he first and second lines
  of the enemy north of Llntrey and
STARTED  ALREADY captured  many prisoners. Elsewhere
the front Is quiet.
Paris, Feb. 1.—It Is officially announced   that   eighteen   French  vessels were sunk between January 18
and 25.
port that they are meeting wllh
satisfactory results considering the
number of men that have already en-
a five-minute address. He is In the ! listed from Prince Rupert and dls-
clty recruiting for the 11th Irish trlct. Lieut. Evans will leave shortly
Fusiliers. The recruiting officers re-  for Granby Bay.
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CASUALTY LIST
OF BRITISH ARMT
IS HEAVY
Not   Known   Whether   she   Will   Be
New York Closed.
liepiiired  In  Local  llrydock
New   York,  Feb.   1.—The  port  of
Or Not.
New York where twenty-four German and three Austrian steamers
have been interned, was sealed last
night and a torpedo boat stationed
it the entrance to maintain American
neutrality. Vessels of every description were turned back at the Quarantine Station.
general opinion througliont
the country is that Count von Beru-
slorif, the German Ambassador,
should receive his passports and diplomatic relations between the United
States and Germany should cease immediately, it is believed Ihat there
should be no further procrastination
on the part of Washington, and that
: atters should nol be allov e I lo go
on until the hand of the United
States is forced by Germany through
■ ! emedl ated mui de: and tlepri da-
tious.
A Later Report.
Ottawa, Fer. 1.—Despatches from
iHlcial Washington sources Indicate
fhat President Wilson has furnished and net. She was bull) In 1910 by
Ambassador von Bernstorff with his Scott .v.- Sons, Bowling. She was pur-
papers, and that he has ordered the chased by the Grand Trunk Pacific
recall of Ambassador Gerard from 'shortly afterwards and brought oul
Berlin. In nflli ia] circles here, it is to this coast by Capt. V M. Davles,
believed that tho information is cor- her present commander.
''ect' The   Prince   .lohn   is   reported   to
have struck on  Rocky Point.  Wran-
The G. T. P. steamer Prince John
made port lasi evening, under escort
of the Tug Salvor. She is rather severely damaged. The weather was
storming when she entered Prince
Rupert  harbor.
It will be remembered that the
j Prince .lohn drove ashore while on
(passage from Prince Rupert to Skag-
way, having a number of passengerB
aboard who were transferred from
the Prince George at ibis city. Tho
vessel, maintained a fortnightly service between this porl and Skagway
during the winter months. She is
commanded by Capt. Alan Morton
Davies, formerly pilot of the steamer
Prince Rupert, one of the most ex-
! erienced navigators In coastal waters, and who has piloted the Prince
John over the Alaskan route for see.
oral seasons, and under all conditions.
The Prince John is a steel three-
masted   steamer  of   905   tons  gross
gel   Narrows.     She   started   io   lake
Masonic Hall al 7:30, at which the
members of Ihe Tyee and Tsimpsean
Lodges were present. Mr. Sandels
was a prominent Mason. The Rev.
Canon Rix officiated at the services
hold at the hall.                                    I,. ,,   ,             .    I water   at   a   rapid" rate   and   Capt.
'his   taking away   would   be   to   the1
Funeral services were also held ati                , ,     ,.      ,                            ! Davies   derided   to   beach   her.     He
: community of which  ho was a mem-1
the B. C. Undertaking Parlors. Many I .steamed    for   Finger   Polnl,   a   few
1                                                               ber. I
members of the Merchants   Assocla- .miles north of Rocky Polni, and ran
tion and other friends of the deceas- ,     The    '"embers    of    the    Masonic   his vosae, „„ ,ho bf..,r!l   Tho pa8geIl.
ed   were  present  to  pay their last , ''"dsea and the Merchant's Assocla-  gera were a„ g0, nfr ,im, Ben( n|1 (0
respects to the deceased.    The ser- ,tion accompanied the remains to the | peter»burK.   Alaska,  on   small   crafl
vice* were conducted by the Rev. Dr. j wharf aboul 9 o'clock. Hero the body  which  came alongside.  The steamer
Grant  of  the   Presbyterian   Church. ^ was   taken    on    board    the    Prince   pr|nce  Albert,  Capt,   Moorhonse. of
He feelingly referred to ihe pioneer j George, which sailed south about 12   the same fleet, received ihe S. O. S.
high   esteem   in   which   the  late  Mr.
Sandels was  held  and  the loss thai
'his   taking   away   would   be   to   the I.
'conn
I
ber.
and  Ihe pioneering  days and of  the | " c'°ck.
fOontlnuoe' on Page Twt.l
London, Feb. 1.—The British casualty list for January was 12,314
killed; 17,764 wounded, and 2,928
missing.
CORPORATION  OP PRINCE
RUPHRT.
Recruits Wanted
11th Regiment, Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver,
'J50 Men Wanted Immediately for
Overseas  Service.  For  Infor-
:lint ion apply
LIEUT. GORDON,
51ot.»l   Prince  Ruperl,  or  Recruiting
*| Notice—1917 Dog Taxes.
*i These Taxes are now due and pay-
J.able. flame are to he paid to the
£, Chief of Police or Health Inspector,
* ' who will issue 1917 Brass Tag.
; I Ownsrs of doge who have net
taken out these Licenses by Mareh
1 next will be proseeuted without
further notiae.
CITY COLLECTOR.
Oflice, Third Avenno «
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Iron beds at eut in two prices at.
Tite's mid-winter ssla.
TRY A WANT ADVERTISEMENT.
THE     MINISTER     OF     FINANCE
REQUESTS
THE
PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO
BEGIN NOW
TO
SAVE   MONEY    FOR   THE
NEXT WAR LOAN
JAN. t, 1*17
DEPARTMENT OT FINANCE
OTTAWA -
FRIDAY.   FEBRUARY
1917.
I I\CK RUPERT JOURNAL
Sttsau isupetf journal
: elephoue  1 'tH.
{>. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone I'M.
j.Li. t :    128   Third   A Venn      Bast,
v»nr McBride Street.   Telphone 13R;
atofflcu ilox  1545.
HAil.Y.   EDITION.
nbllshed   every   morning   exoest
ida; .    Delevered by carrier in the j
il the following r: le, if paid In '
ancc:—
One Year    Jo.00
-^i.\ Month           J2.60
Three  Moi 'as       $1.25
If not paid in advance,
'   iinn! . ...   $0.60
Ivertislng   Kates  I'pon   IpplUntloii,
Telephone 138.
dcrs, she has done all this, is doing
it, is yej to do more, and has now
her manufacturing, her trade rela-
lions and her overseas commerce unimpaired. Vet she has grabbed the
trade of the world, so ihai her en-
Mi,, are struggling on half rations! Coal mining right of tbe Domln-
■„iii- rood   r  bbei and metal supplies  l011 >n Manitoba, Saskatchewan   and
. , Alberta the Yukon Teritorv, Ihe
from the outside world practically Nothwest Teritoriea and a portion
""•   off  excepl   as   new   territory   is jot' the Province of British Columbia,
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL       MINING
REGULATION*!.
taken.
.-. gigantic physical  power
|and a trade and war power combined
m   - - 1" :■ re   Ireami d f>f.  it  i uts in
. the shade n II thai the world pri vious-
ly knew nf Greal  Britain's financial
■ ■•     Nobod     tires tned   ' v. n   years
pgo ■ hai the war cost to Greal  Brit-
may be leased for a term of twenty-
one years ai an annual reninl ui
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Aplications for a leas..: must he
made by the applicant In person to
tbe Agent or Sub-Agenl jf l lie dls-
trlcl in winch ihe rights applied foi'
are situated.
in    : in'. eyed   territory    the
inusi be described   by  soi tion i.
land
 and
^^^       mmmaama^     , „ ,   ...   I In unsiir eyed territory !  ■   traei ap-
aln was to be beyond Ave or six nil-;„,„,, for ghnll ,Je atllI(e,, „„,  ,.v ,L„
, lions,   Il   is   today   more   than   twice
,  FEDltl'AKY  2,   lUi;
: i-, S
If
(,i,i. k'l ITAIN   WO
I1IRACLES.
All seven     .vonders    of    the
woi i'i. The Boston News 1
fade on 111 age compan d with
tin   spectacli   i ...   Britain  prei ents
today.   A ■   -i   nal ion
than     50,000,000     people    s
stimmoiii il   lo  ..: ins     :"
existed and In less than I
she  has a   bigger army  than   history
ever befori   r< cordi ' ml a
chine  in   Euro] e tha    Foi     ealth  of j
shell,  i splosir es  and   «ar  power  Is
the amazemeni of the Germans, who
had taken ten times thirty months to
!   ■ hare for the attack.
Iiii.   this is only  tl
wonders.
Without an  Englfi .  aero ill ' •   . n
gine   hal could i Ircle her own Island
shi   has vanquished the bonsted Zeppelins   and   Is   mistress  of  her  own
skies.  With  submarines by the hundreds threatening her coasi defences,
h-r food suiiplies and her commerce,
' has swell! all oceans, locked the
.aiintprl German Heel In harbor, convoyed  shipments of .gold  across the
ocean  In safety-   loads nf gold that
in former times would have paralyzed nailonal financial markets.—made
Ihe   English   Channel   her   multiple
track ocean railway to Enrol e with
no   loss  hv  Zep eiin   or  submarine;
foughl In Africa, ri| rhe Canal, at the
Dardanelles; grappled  with the Turk
and   the   Bulgar;   changed   generals
and admirals In command;  changed
cahineis:   fed the armies of France;
given   arms   to   Russia;    maintained
the armies  of and   Ihe  Go ernments
nf Belgium and Serbia and altogether advanced  tl  hoi sand  million
dollars, or three times Ihe national
debt of the United States, to her war
Allies.
While ihe United States has been
trying to fi"'' out how to build military rifles In iiuantiti - -; 1 ;"i
filled orders for them representing
hundred! of i illllons of rl liars, Eng-
lai   '   has   In en   In  ning  oul   rifles  by
the  million   for  i ersi If  I     ■•   Al-
lir s. cannon  by  tin ! ioI
and  in ils  by  the  million  fi « If
and In"  Allies   rind, wondi r       w on-
thai Bum and Greal Britain Is pre-
bh Ii again. But Btu] endues, and even beyond all previous
estlmati s, ■■■• Is ihls financial power,
he : and mental i ower manl-
. Greal Britain is ih
of man i is.
marvel
Th    R ■:    h  Lion  was i  gardi ' a
•i   limn-     :-: trade  and  a   whelp
nt the sea - Greal Britain's ability to
pill I'1 per cenl. of her population
under arms to feed and oiiuiii her
Allies and at the same time to main,
tain her credil and commerce
throughout 'he world was something
never dreamed of within or without
her En: eire before this war.
PRINCE JOHN.
i Continued  from  Page One.)
in to
has
nil and raced south from Jim
the scene of (he mishap.
The    Salvor,    which    alwny
steam  up in  readiness fnr an emer- ;
gency call, left  Victoria  under Cnnl. '
George ICirkendale, shipping master. ;
Si"' took nut Mr. Brownlee, Q. T. P, !
Engineer   .and   proceeded   direct   tn |
Vancouver where she took nn Capt.
Nicholson. It took the Salvor about
three  days  to  make  the  run  up to
Wrangel Narrows, which Is about 100
miles tn the north of Ketchikan,  Alaska.
We are unable In report whether
flip John will enter the local dry-
dock for repairs or not.
uplirnnt.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
■ ion musl be aerom-
panl : b; i fee of ■'■'>. whl ;; will be
he rii hts applied tor are
nol a\ aila ble bill nol otherwise. A
i altj shall I : aid on the mi i -
cbantable mil pul ol tin ntln - ai tho
rate ol live cents per ion.
The   person   operating   Hie   mine
■   nil   furnish  the  Ag< nt  with   i «oi
returns    aci    mtlng     for    the
inantitj of merchantable coal mined
lie ri jralty there 11      If thi
..    mining rights re   no:   being op-
i   su h   i 'us  should  be .- r
!    : al least once a year,
i lie ieasi «IP include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right j may b,l
considered necessary for the work
ing of the mine at the rale of $10
per acre.
For full Information application
should be made to Ihe Secietarj of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to anj Agent oi Sub-Agenl
of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of th-j Interior.
Liyi OR ACT.   1910.
(.Section Vi.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day oi December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
■is the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1910
0-12 MRS. MARY ANDERSON.
GAN0NGS' OVERSEAS
CHOCOLATES
LAND ACT.
FORJ1 OF NOTICE.
of
0(1   be lio     ' (I. reitilj
mriillnc    irtrlre     I '.be! nM.ii hi "
(he thing to wend  to lire Roys nl
Front.
OltMK'S  ! iMITRP
STUART J. MARTIN.
■■-i 1ST! •.!     ASSA Vl'ii
ina     ric
CHEMIST
for
list
the
/.I-' I
i.  II
-Mil S
cee:ia    Laud    District,    District
• leeti Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE tha! Oliver Brown,
, Victoria, I:. C. occupation.machinist, :' i nd to apply for permission
i act for er al. and petroleum
... : he :'olli - in:: ,"esci'lbed SH fl I 'Till
m the W'es: Coa3l of Graham Inland,
.ii  vicinity of Wesl  River:
Commencing al a posl planted two
dies south of the southeast corner
If    C.L,    9,971,    thence    south    SO
■ :     tin nci     «esl    80    chains;
then ie noi th 80 chains;  thence e is
io chains to point of commencement.
N'l'lllle   Of   ap]  ii-.:il!lt,
OLIVER  BROWN,
AUSTIN  BROWN',  Agent.
Dated July  19,  1916. alO-slO
LANK REGISTRY ACT.
(Section :t« and 184.)
te Application No. 9,085. Filing 5,807
TAKE   NOTICE   that   application
as been made to register Melvin M.
tephens  and   Maxwell  c.  Wade,  of
Prince Rupert, B. C„ as owner in fee
under two Tax Sale  Deeds from Tbe
Collector of the City of Prince  Rupert,   hearing  dale   the  23rd   day   of
October,   1910, of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of
land ai -i premises situate, lying, an I
being in  the Municipality of Prince
Rupert,   (Assessmenl   District)   mnn
particularly known and described ai
Lots Seven I '.') and Bight (8), Bloi I
Forty-six   I 16), Section Bighl (8), In
the City r-i  Prince Rupert, Mai   "  ■
You   are   n quired   to  couli il     hi
claim   of   the   tax   purchaser  within
thi: ty-five days from the da i  of
service of ;Ills notice (which ma;  ue
effected by Publication), and   oui a
tentlon is called to Section 36 of the
Land  Registry   Act"   with   ami i I
nun'-,  and   to the  following  evtracl
hei efrom; —
"nnd in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed
before the registration as own ar
of the person netitlde undre e,i ?b
tax sale, all persons so served v if:
notice, . . and those claiming
through or under llieiu, nn« all
: ersons claiming any Interest in
the land by virtue cf any unregis-
ered Instrument, and all ; ei so] -
claiming any interest in the land
bj deacenl ivbose title is not registered under the provisions of this
Act, shail be for ever estopped and
debarred from setting up an; claim
to or In respect of the land so sold
for taxes, and ihe Register shall
register the person entitled under
such tax sale as owner of >ne land
so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   hat
een  made  for  a  Certlficte of Indefeasible Title to the above-mentioned
ands,   in   the   name   of   Melvin   M,
tephens and Maxwell C. Wade:
AND WHEREAS on .nvestigating
he title It appears that prior to-thi
4Ih day nf September, 1916, (tbe
ate on which the said lands wen-
old for overdue taxes), you were the
egistered  owner thereof.
lie forestry
the 280
^tins]
alLclJ
8 «i
•    .  now und      Capt.
utth .      th   wants  practical
men
Servi< es will be auxiliary to
the fig] g forces n all kinds
of rough woodwork.
>r particulars apply to
%& I •    %-3 1 %j> £% 17,.! D1,
»JLJ
the offices of im Red
tress Society, next to Bank
real, Third Avenue.
N
'rince Rupert,  B.
WMSg*vsms&mME8B%smEiF&3g&'.;.
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S&W. ' rr-
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THOSE WHO
FUN Pi,   j
MAY    '
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THEREOF
m SUMS OF $5 '
Principal repayab 1   111,
Interest payable I | -il and :-i October by
..... i-   free of exchange a tcrcd Banl  in Canada) at
the rate of five pei cen   ;-■    ■  -■:       I  tin dale of purchase,
Holders of this stock wii! ell ■ ,  .      geofi   nendcriug
■il par and accrued in en it, : i  ■..-.' in  of cash, in pay-
menl of any nllotmcm       Ic i anj        re war loan issue in
Canada other than an issue of Tri
dale security.
i;   "ie- or other like short
Proci I'fl.i of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of onc-quarl i ;■ of one per cenl will be allowed
? recognized bond and stock broker- on allotments made in
respect of applications for this stock which hear their Btiu
F-
tump.
For application forms apply  to the Deputy Minister of
Pittance, Ottawa.
OKPARTMKNT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA
OCTOBER 7th, 1Q16.
tsir.'jir':-
"~^»?;'5ii?»fS!
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect reglstra-
ion in pursuance of such application
nd Issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title I" the said lands in Ihe
name of Melvin M, Stephens nd
Maxwell C. Wade unless you take
and prosecute tl e proper pi oceedings
to establish your claim, if any. :    tl;
aid  lands,,  or  to  prevent siu-h   , re-
dpi d   iction on my part,
l .. .: al the Land Regii try Office,
Prince Rupi rt, B. C„ this 20th day
of November,  1916.
II.    '     lacl EOIJ,
Distrii ' Regisl ar -f Titles.
To  CH iRLES  PLANITZ,
-u. Edmonton, Alberta.
MlMillAli ACT.
(Form !•'.)
''ci i,ilea| ■    ,.   j mis,
NOTICIC.
: , action    .-■ 11 n: ral    l lain
I    .:    in tho 31 een - Vtlnin    Division
Ca   lar  Ulstrlcl.   Wb ire  located:
Ijolning    Hidden    Creek,    Granby
Hay,  B.  C.
TAKE NOTICE that I  J, Fred RII
i  Miner's Certificate .'-'■'   ".
229fJ, acting as, agent ror tbe Granby
('■ risoiidatci!     Mining,    Smelting    &
F'owei   Co.,  Ltd.,   Free  .Mine's  Certificate No. 5,ODBC, intend, sixty days
from the dale hereof, to apply i.o IV.
Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of
Improvements, for tho purpose of nh.
fa ining a Crown Grant of the above
| claim.
And further •ake uotice that action, under section 85, must he commenced before the issue of such Cter-
Hfteate of Improvements,
Paled this 2'lth day -if July, A. D„
IMfi. 127-827
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Prince   Rupert   Assessment   District.
Court 01 Revision.
Notice    is   hereby    given    thai    a
Court ol Revision and Appeal, under
thi   provisions of the "Taxation Act"
and   the   "Public   Schools.   Act"   roil ■ cl Ing    ! (   assi .■•■ een:  rolls of the
Prince   Ruperl   Assessmenl   Districl
for   tbe  year   1917,   will   be  held   al
the     Provincial    Assessor's    Office,
1   nci   ". ipei:   B. C , on Wednesday,
TAKE   NOTICE    ihat   eac     and I January 31st., 1917, at 2 o'clock in
eiery person, partnership, company,  tne afternoon,
of municipality who, on the 12th day I,    . .  ,. :. ,„,.  1!,.,,.(| „  r   Janu.
of March, 1909, !.«d water ligntson nl.v ^nt^   1(),r,
any of the above-mentioned streams \, r.ppp nARSS
WATER ACT, 1014.
Before The Board or Investigation.
In the mallei' of Yule Lake and
Yule River 'a tributary of Swanson
Bay, Khutze River a tributary of
Khutze Bay, nnd all other streams
:;i tying into Graham Reach and its
Inlets cud Baj'e in Rang IV Const
District.
Is directed to forward, on or bei'uie I
-tie Kill: day of October, 1916, ;■- thi
Comptr   Ier of Water  Rights at  the |
Parliament  Buildings a!   Victoria, a
statement of claim in writing as required by Section  294  of the  Watei
Act.   11)14.     Printin   forms  for  s
statement   (Form  No,  50  for irri
tion  or  Form  No.  51   for oilier  P'
poses) i': n be obtained from   n'
the Writer Recorders in tbe I'    ' .
And take notice that ;i mectii
the s I'd Hoard will be del I il tin
ih'ie of Hie Board, Purllamei . Build
ings, Victoria, on Tuesday the 2'lth
day of October, 1916, al II o'clock in
tlie forenoon, when the evidence and
argument on the said claims and on
any objections field will be heard.
Dated at. Victoria, II. C„ the 7th day
if September, 1916 For ite Board of
la ^stigatlon,
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
l « Chairman.
I   "      of tl e Courl  of Revision and
Appeal,
LAND ACT.
I Form Xo  f». i
FORM OF N'OTfCti.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate  of  Improvenlents
      t and     Distl :  I      Districl     of
Queen Charlotti   Islands.
rAKf   NOTICE that  ,1. Crane
' Ii toi la, B. O, Inti n is  to apply fi
ermission  to prospect  for coal and
. di ■: in   on   I '.    '"■ si    Coast
Oral    ei   island   in  vicinity  if  V.'- ■:
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of    C.L.,    9 971     tl ence    south    SO
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north    v"   chains;    tbe ice   wi si    -■
chains to  point  of commencement.
N'ami   of applies nt,
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T1GKR and LADY ISAAC FRAO.
•Iineral Claims, situate In (ii? Skeena
lining  Division  of Cassiar  Dietriet.
rVhere   located:   On   Granby   Hay
R. C.
'i \i-:k   mi'1 [CE  tl al   I,   '.   Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certiflcati  No'.
8,2290, ac :uc, as agent for the Qi an
by Consolidated  Mining,   !mi
l'«'« "i-  Co.   Ltd.,   Free   Miner's  Ci i
ii::- - -  Xo. 5,005< . Inti nd, slxl ■ da:
fi om the date hereof  to a; ply to i! e
Mining i; coi i- ,   foi  a ('■ i tlfii ate of
Improvenien i      •' .    purl oee   of
•   '  Inln   a (    ivvn   Irani of the tboi e
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'."'i   fnrthei     •'  ■  notice  thai   ai
Hon, un    .  Sei   -1. musl be com
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1 '     |    "   - : -i Ills.
Ibis  '       liny  of  December,
1    D. 1910 d-1:'
I     FREI     RITCHIE,   Agetn.
DEPARTMENT   OF  THE   NAVA1
SERVICE.
IMPERIAI MACHINE 115
Engine?   Installed   nnd   General
! .'■■. ,■- Icetylenc   Plant    in   Connectlun
I     ic lied  !5fi Third Avenue
ForRent For Dances.
i»i'  us 'ier  social  affairs
i:.\l!AV.\V  MKX'S  BALL
ronnorly  Kaien  Island  Hall
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Royal Naval College Of Canada.
THE next examination (or the entry of Naval Cadete will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission In Hay, la 17.
successful ■ andida es loining the College on or aboul is August. •
cations for i ntry v m be recel ed
to  thi    I6tl :  ii.-.   the Secretary
Civil   ,-'i 11 ii e uml slon,   Ottawi
from   -.- hon    hlanl   entrj   forn s  i *•■
now I',   obi line l.
Candldati s f >r - he examination  in
May ni XI  mu I  b    betwei n thi
of  foul le ii     id       : "ii  on  the   Isl
■Tuly,   1917.
Furl In . " ■   can   be  obtajni
on   '     Heath undei  Igned.
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Effective January First
S.S.  PRINCE GEORGE
j|     rH0RSDAY AT 12 MIDNIGHT   FOR      VANCOUVER,      VICTORIA
t" AND BBATTLB
WEDNESDAY   MIDNIGHT  FOR ANYOX
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s. S. I-II'M. L ALBERT.
Foe  Kelchikun,  IVinngell, Junean and Skafrway.
S    '' ,n   '  '   '" '■'■ '"'''■   -:     ;  February 7th and 21st;  March 7th and 21.
i or vie e„ Charlotte Wands.
lary 3rd;   17th -md 31st;   February  14th and 28th;  March  IV.
I I*      iKXGF.i I RAIN SKIU h I-:
dnesday and Sal daj ai 11:30 a. m. for Smithers, Prim
leorge, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. Making connect)' i
beri   For all   : olnts dSouth
A ■ •:  '    'n -   . -     , uesdaj  al   4:0d a. m,
Fur  ii ion  und  reservflliom    ippl)   to
1 •'.",    TICKET OKI ICE, ."Wil TIIHU) A\ENI K, PHONE JliiO
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IN   XEW   PREMISES
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All kinds of Cukes ::.|i! Confcclioii
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iv  llrick  Oven.        Bread   of   Firftl
Illy Guaranteed,
PHONE GREEN 211.
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The :     ■ uver Machinery Depot,
. iNCOUVER
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(Korm V.)
Coitiflcutc r>! In provements.
Cascade     Kails    No.     5,     Mineri '
Claim, situate In the Portland Can"'
Mining  Division  of Cassiar  Distri I
.',":■  i e  lo 'ated :     On  Cascade  Creel-:.
Salmon   Ri er Gla Portland   Ci
nal   Mini ig   Divi i  n,
T '- KI-:   N01 ICE   thai   I,   Boyd   C.
U ■ ck  of New   Hazelton,  acting  as
1 b  i Is,  Free Min-
Certiticate  No.   4,73 IC.  Intend
si:'    days  from  the date hereof,  to
a     ■      o  the Mining Recorder for a
Cei':': -'!:■ of Improvements, for the
of obtaining a Crown Orant
of the above claim.
And   further  take  notice that action, under section ■ 7,       ': be
■ ■'-,,- .■'  h -■:-;■.   of such (ler-
: iflc'ai    .     lui  roi   mi n'1-
D     d :;-   I . ■ of luue   A. D.,
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SAVE MONEY
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NOBODY E.U'.  . OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH •
THEM SUCH AJ   IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE At       'E.
IN WHICH F I EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
INTHE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OE <■ ■"    OOYS'OVERALLS.
BUT IF TlidY vViLL r: { WONT RIP
UNDER THE HARDEST I I [IMATE WEAR
PEABODYS'
GUARANTEED OVERALLS.
Journal Advertisements For Results FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,  1917.
PRINCE RIPERT JOURNAL
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Geo.
Continues
me Furnishing Sale
wo More Weeks
TO BUY YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW MEANS SAVING MANY $ $
The Big Discounts we offer from the oid prices is your opportunity and an early selection gives you
the best values. After February the 17th all our lines will be at advance prices. We are notified
by the Manufacturer and Whole; aler that after the 17th of February all prices prevailing are withdrawn and subject to an advanct. However our store will sell fot the NEXT TWO WEEKS at our Advertised Sale Prices for We Must Reduce Our Manv Lines, for Annual Inventory.
Iron Beds and Furniture
Some lines of Iron Beds, at cnt-in-two prices.  Lates Designs
Steel Beds at 20 per cent, discount.
Buffets, China Cabinets, Leather Easy Chairs, receive the Big
Reduction of 30 per cent.
Curtains and Carpet Squares
Novelty Curtains, made up and by the yard, at 20 per cent,
reduction.
Carpet Squares, Hearth Rugs, Couch Covers and Tapistry Curtains.   Big 20 per cent reductions.
Chinaware
Dinner and Tea Sets, Fancy Cups and Saucers, Royal Dalton
Ware and French Limoges receive our 25 p.c. discount.
Blankets
Hudson's Bay Blankets, grey, blue, brown or red at 20 per
cent discount.
Sheets, Pillows, Comforters, Towels, and Bed Spreads, at 20
per cent reduction.       /
See Windows for Values. Every article marked with our Red .
Tag Sale Sale price.
We want your trade, and to see our prices.   You will then be convinced of our Splendid Values.
GEO. D. TITE,    T
UALITY HOME FURNISHER
Third Avenue
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
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I PERSONALS I
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You will almost certainly need
one.    Have one ready.
We have them at all Prices
From $1.50 up
H. Tminga of
city.
/ancouver, is in the
The Pioneer Druggist,
Ormes' Limited
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
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SWEET'S MOTOR BOAT CO.'Y
Dealing in Knock-Down Frames
or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why nn! Imilil yum """ hoot trom   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List nnd Cntfllogae Picnic C.iven
WORKSHOP
-skconh a\ knwk
!». «♦. Box 70J
ISKVONn   LYTVGH'S
When Buying Conl got (he beat. It
costs   the   same.     New   Wellington
oni—Phone llfi. tf.
...
.Mis. Morter left last evening tor
the south.
• *     ,
Roy Hobart of the Canadian Explosives, Vancouver, is in the city.
W, B, higgles aud Mrs. Eggles of
Smithers, were passengers south last
evening.
.    .    .
A. .1. Price, one of Seattle's leading mining men, returned south by
boai  last evening.
...
A, W. i.ee, auditor for the Dominion  Express Company, is a guest at
Hie Prince Rupert Hotel.
...
W,   Miller,   who  has  been  In the
city for a week or two went south by
the Prince George last evening.
...
Isaac Hoyer and wife of Regina,
who have been in the city for the
past few days, left for the south by
the  Prince George
• »    •
R. T. Purdy, of Vancouver, audi-
lor lor Hie Booth Fisheries, who has
been in the city for the past week,
went south by the Prince George last
evening.
VV.  Hanna and J.  C.  Moody, 1am-
bernien   of   New   Westminster,   who
have been In  the city for the past
few day*, and who Intended visiting
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their plans and returned south last
evening.
...
A. F. Allen of Vancouver, representative foi' Johnson IJr;:s., wholesale dry goods, is In the city, lie will
remain for a week. lie is registered
a' the Prince Rupert Hotel.
...
il. .1. Rogers and. wife of St. Louis,
were passengres south on the Prince
George last evening. Mr. Rogers is
an extensive fur dealer. He arrived
In the city from Edmonton several
days ago.
.    .    »
Dr. G. B. Love of St. Louis, who
is interested in mining ventures on
the Queen Charlotte Islands, owing
to weather conditions, decided to not
visit the Islands and returned south
last evening.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
The Prince George cleared for the
south last night.
...
The G. T. P. train did  not  arrive
last evening.  Heavy snowstorms are
reported to be the cause of the delay.
...
The Prince Albert cleared for
Swanson Bay and the Queen Charlotte Islands last evening. Part of her
cargo consisted of one hundred tons
of sulphur for Swanson Bay.
...
Mrs. Jenns and Mrs. Jennings will
have charge of the Red Cross sale
In the rooms on Third Avenue on
Friday. The latest reports of the
British Red Cross show that efforts
must be redoubled as the burden In
Frince is steadily getting heavier,
aud the increase is falling almost entirely upon thi Br'tish Red Cross
Ror.Iety.
1 RAW FUR      RAW FUR
TRADERS and TRAPPERS
The EDMONTON FUR EXCHANGE,
================== LIMITED --=
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS   AND   OFFERS   FACILITIES   I'X-
KXOELLKI) FOR BUYING AN 1)  SELLING  FOB.
MODERN EXPERT EFFICIENT
Our Location is Central in Edmonton.
OUR PREMISES ARE
Dry       Cool       Fire-Proof      Sanitary
Our Show Rooms wherein the fur is examined l:,\  the buyers is
The Largest In Canada
Wo do not buy fur. We sell your fur by competitive sale to the 2
highest bidder, thus assuring you of the highest iisarket price nt all V
times. $
•     OUR SALES ARE
ADVERTISED WIDELY
We curry insurance on year fur while in the Exchange. We oliarge
you a commission of 5 per cent, for selling. We give real service
und more r.i"ney.
Correspondence Invited
Send your next Shipment to
The Edmonton Fur Exchange, Ltd.
Mms Building      •      Edmonton, Alta.
Tbe Morning Journal, SOc. per Month

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